Those who have tried my designs will know that I love creating simple designs that look very effective, after all life doesn't need to be complicated! And I understand that many people like a bit of ...
Those who have tried my designs will know that I love creating simple designs that look very effective, after all life doesn't need to be complicated! And I understand that many people like a bit of television or music knitting/crochet, so the easier they are the better it is to enjoy the world around you whilst enjoying your craft.
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This is an ebook containing 7 different hexagon motifs. All 7 designs were published monthly on Ravelry as The Hexagon Project 2013. The theme for the Hexagon Project 2013 is lacy simplicity.
All hexagons are designed to be the same size so that they can be joined together and used to create a blanket or a cushion, table runner.....use your imagination! They are written for one continuous colour but can be done in many colours by changing colour at the start of each round. The motifs are suitable for those fairly new to crochet who can crochet in the round.
I made my samples into a hexagonal cushion - see last photo!
Some suggested blanket layouts are included and some tips on joining motifs.
The size of each motif is 20 cm (8 inches) from point to point in aran weight yarn using a 5mm crochet hook (US H). But please note that I do crochet fairly loosely. You can use any weight yarn provided you use a suitable hook size.
The pattern is written in English and US crochet terms, and is charted.